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What does it take to make an entire city healthier and more open to a plant-based lifestyle? Dan Buettner, an award-winning journalist, researcher, and a National Geographic fellow, knows exactly how to get it done. With our Corporate Initiatives Program kicking off in its first year, we got an opportunity to interview Dan about his perspective on being a change maker and making an impact on a corporate and community levels.
Do you wish your employer were more vegan friendly? Use events like the Earth Day to open the door. Even companies that generally resist vegan ideas are usually up for something outside the norm then. Besides the Earth Day, at least three other times of the years are excellent for suggesting a vegan theme.
Cole Deloye, 25, had just started at Dropbox as a Compensation Analyst. Being vegan and passionate about promoting the benefits of plant-based eating, he decided to revive an existing but dormant internal group called “Vegbox”. Largely on his own, he set out to bring action-packed “vegucation” to his workplace.
Plant-Based Life group at Facebook was founded in late 2016 by Software Engineer Phaedra Anestassia. Phaedra saw a growing interest in healthful and conscientious living, sustainability, and self-improvement and decided to found a group that gave co-workers an outlet for these interests.